24 hours in a day, 168 hours in a week. Junior investment bankers regularly work 80-90 hours a week. Many other high profile professions require the same level of commitment. Often those on the outside claim that working 80-90 hours a week is bad/wrong/terrible/silly/etc but we’ve spoken with so many folks who say working that much has been the best decision of their life – it allowed them to develop a deep and strong skill set far faster than would have been possible otherwise. In other words, by working 2x the hours, they were able to generate 5x or more the rewards. And depending on where you are in your career, investing heavily in your skills and competence can pay dividends for a long time.

Sabrina Gebhardt | Photographer & Business Coach

When I started my business over 11 years ago, I was a mom to two kids under 5 and was a passionate new entrepreneur. I was always striving for balance. And I felt like I was always failing. Read more>>

Tea Haywood | Makeup Artist & Educator

Work life balance has changed since I had a daughter in 2019. First I’am a mother, secondly I’am an educator and thirdly I’am a makeup artist. I won’t lie some days there is just not a balance and, I roll with the punches . Others I have a strict schedule and sometimes my daughter is around when I take clients. Read more>>

Kapil Ralli | Visionary Photographer

Nothing matters most than Family. Your family is backbone and your support. Initially I would spend weekends preparing for my shoots taking away time I could have spent with my family. Read more>>

Jude Bischoff | Fine Artist

Quality of life celebrating with loved ones and friends has always been the driving force in my life. I once cashed in my retirement IRA to go Mountain Biking in Moab, Utah. As a Realtor for 20 years my work life was always balanced with 6 to 10 weeks off per year. Read more>>